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THE EVENING WORLD, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1912.
MAN INJURED BY CAR
HAS KELLY'S PAPERS
. BUT HE'S NOT KELLY
Fotfce and Sister of Missing
ManPuzzld Over Identity
of Dying Victim.
polW of tha Kaal Flfly-erst
I Bfst'.on ara pnr.ila.1 svtr ths ldan-
iKt af an um-nnprl IU1 miin wlio Is d;--
In l"nnr I ?,-. -1 . i aftar '
(rock fcjr a BOrlhJiouBi Third avanus
surfara rr at Klfly-rlthth atft anl
Third ava'ina Iwt night Whan UM
msai was takan to t'ia horpltaj atitfar
inaT from a frart irr- ..f tn ttinW Uii
"Mem'-'' of Ilia brain, a anarch af
Ma clothlne mvanlaij rlllar-nsMp ; r
af Jamas Kail of no. 101 Waal Oaa
HtarVl and TmiiIj SIMb w.
Ik pottos eommtinl'-ated with Warr
Kail y, a M.Mrr, of tba Sana adilrasa,
wlaa arhm aha roh1 Hi. hospital, an
awaoad (hat lha man araa a slranrar
to bar. and that i ' har hrothar araa
lha tii. .n i man araa not
AQUARIUM TO BE ENLARGED.
Will B. Tira Stories Hlr.-r, wtrfc
BounaMnira aia aaana maila at ha
Aquarium f r an anau-rmnant ( tha
bulldln. wM-h la ol :aat1o (tardea.
Tha Naw Tnrk Konnucal t tT. with
aoma flnaii' lal assJatajsuA Cram lha Para
l .apart ii" i, M a-t.visrns far tha
tha htsterat U k k la
(vaaood from rws atari ra fas, with
tra lara wltlaT. t. ma-art Marnar la
tha ar.li't-'i. bat aomJInCs muat ha
takan l.afor. tha alana an aa drawn.
! Tha wl n will ba two srortaa htsh.
n affor will ba ma da to praaarra tha
... nio'ir of hi, a prlrrlaaa
tasaer with Its hlatorr and aaaamattona.
a that It will ba raadUr dbHinAHlahabla
In tha arrhMrrtiira af tha anlanrad hn-M.
A NEW MAN
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trill tnf WIU rirl? imra ihm.
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flirt IHfrinaS I'llat, 111'
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World Wants Work Wonders.
, ... ...
a a All 1 M n. Daaflavaa Inn I iannnAil W I Ann..
AI All JaillCS OUIICl lilCCIISCU OWl
I man In tha hoapttal la Ova faat,
taehaa ta'l and waithl abnut 1?0
ada. Ha haa a fray muatanba, llrht
and ayaa ma olothlnc la of
al and ha loaka Ilka a man of
maana At tha tlma of tha acol-
daat ha araa oroaalns tha atraat. and a -laawOTug
to tba poll- a. atwppad ki front
of tha ear that Btrurk him.
Mm KaU7 rafuaad to aay anythlm
iSBrd!nc bar brothar otbar than tbat
ba wan mlaatnc.
66,000 KRUPP WORKMEN GET
$3,500,000 ON CENTENARY.
BUM. Oarmany. Au (.In honor of
tha oantanary of tba graat Krupp
ba ooaipaar haa sat apart a
ba diaottnitad amons tha
, Bydow. tha Fruaalaii Mlnlatar of
oaaroa. who is hara to attand tha
i ration, anmaooad to-day that a
Bvmbar of aadars will ba oonfarrad
ob Krupp amploraaa by tba Rmparori
what will airtaa hara to-day for tha
HALTS RACE TO WIN BRtOL
auuumam. n. t, abj. . -Haory
B. Wood, a Tawaa oowpoaohar aad laad
Ins la a ktoyata raaa from Bsoaton.
Tarn, to Naw Tor, was so far ahaad of
. hfcj athsr nrrajatltora la
I ha fooad Obh hp via
marrlad by a
Special This Week
rWWTTaaw-w i i hi I
No Such Prices Elsewhere as These:
Princeton Dry Gin fiftc
Makes moat rrfresliioK rickeys and flutes, lvuttlo
Les FUi des P. Schmidt's St. Julien, bottle.
A tW Stomps FREE with full quart $f .00
Oil Old Cabinet Rye Whisky 1
Off Stamps FREE with full pint Ac
Old Cabinet Rye Whisky OU
Guinness's Stout Bass Ale
.45 $-a .00
World's Two Beat Import
ed Brwwa, Direct from
Brewery tor Your Table.
Every Bottle Guaranteed.
Allowance for Returned Empties
We pay 6 cents a dozen (or the return of empty bottle,
and 10 cents a doien for empty splits. Our motor trucks nml
wagon DELIVER FREEand will call for the empties on request.
CA 55? Stamps FREE with $1
DU Case of LAGER BEER lor 1
Rjjppert'a or Liebmaun's, the Leading Home Brews.
Deposits Mad- with QIMBIL 1ROTH1E8, BarJum
On or Before Aufuat 10th Art Credited with
Interest itihr Cent. fremAujruit Utk
If a Man
Should Happen to Need
Some of These
He owes it to himself to get them while this far
reaching August Olean-up of
Men's and Boys' Clothing
is in force. For prices are at the lowest ebb of the
season, yet quality is there 100 per cent. pure. And
assortments are liberal. Typical groups:
London-made Overcoats at $19.60
Wrights for Kail and Wlntar. For nhatorlng and street and country
ana rmtaruu. 86 to s0
wrar. in tn itmarrw 01 r.nju.-in
Silk-lined Fall Overcoats at $16
Marie to our order In a maknr's 'tween laasona. Medium and dark
Oxford my, Oxford blue and plain black, lined with pun dye uar-
ant eed silk ; plain or allk-faeed lapela. $26 quality.
Men's Sack Suits at $19.60
All our remaining Svhnmer Sulf a of $82 to $48 qualities. Mostly rola-
tures, a fow plain blues and blacks.
Men's Sack Suits at $16.76
An equally lnterr sting group of our 128 aad $30 Suits. .
Men's $22 and S2B Suits at $14.60.
Men's $6 to $7 Tennis Trousers at 03.50.
IMain white serge, or white aarge or flannel with black stripes.
Youths' $10 Suits and Overcoats at $6.76.
Men's $10 to $26 Slip-ons and Raincoats, $6.78 to $13.60.
As wefj ns Evening Dress and Tuxedo Suits, Cutaway and Frock
Coats and Waistcoats, Office Coats, Motor Dusters, Riding Breeches
Chauffputs' Suits and everything sua that belongs in a wej regulated
stork of Men's Clothing all at toe drastic August reductions.
Boys' $10 Knickerbocker Suits, $6
Boys' $7.60 Fall-weight Reefers, $3.76
Boys' $4 Rubberized Raincoats, $1.76
Boys' $1.76 Middy Blouses, $1.16
Boys' $6 and $6 Washable Norfolk Suits, $2.96
Boys' $7.60 Wool Russian or Sailor Suits, $3.76
Boys' $2 and $2.60 Washable Suits, $1. Fourth floor
The Subway Store Offers:
These Prices Should Make This
The Pinal Disposal of This Millinery
It is quite irnpoeslble to give a detailed list of prices, because there is such a miscellaneous
norUrtJon of Heia. But vou can depend UDon it that every one of these final prices will be
worth your while, as the Hata are appropriate for immediate wear. These are a few of the group:
Smart Sailor Effect
$6 A $6 Panama Hats, $3
Laarge and New Shapes
S6 to 610 Liniei ,ats . $3
For Women and Young Women!
$1 to $3 Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, 25c and 50c
Those that are trimmed are In strictly tailored styles. All kinds of desirable straws are
in the Untrimmed collection. Black and colors. . , Main Floor
The Glass Is Falling, So Here's a Timely
Sale of Mien's and Women's UMBRELLAS
If in the meantime "the unjust have stolen all the just's umbrellas," this Sale
will go far toward repairing the damage. A special purchase of 1,200 Umbrellas
for men and women makes these savings a fact:
$2 and $2.50 Umbrellas at $1.35
Of silk gloria, with tape edge. The Women's Umbrellas with etched and engraved sterling
silver caps, carved natural wood handles, trimmed or plain; and many other styles. The Men's
Umbrellas with horn hooks, trimmed or plain natural wood and carved wood. All with silk case
$3 Umbrellas at $2
Of heavy twilled pure silk, tape-edged. The Women .s Umbrellas with sterling silver caps,
and trimmed and olain natural wood or carved handles. The men s with natural wood
Men's arid Young Men's $10 All
wool Suits at $0.
Men's $16 All-wool Suits, $8 78.
Men's $16.60 and $18 Suits,
Men's $16 Light-weight Over
coats at $8.76.
Men's Slip-on Raincoats, $1.66.
1 sad $6 Trousers, $3.96.
l's 116 Raincoats St $7.76.
Boys' $3 All-wool Suite at $1.88.
Boys $6 All-wool suits at $s.
Boys' $1.36 Wash Suits at 66o
Boys' 91.80 and $1.76 Wash
suits at si.
Subway Store, Balcony
This Week At All the 200
James Butler Inc. Stores:
10 3kH Stamps FREE
with each of the following:
Vinegar-Cldar or white. 1 AC
bottle JL V
OllVe Oil Finest Im- OOC
port ad; bottle Wfa
Table Salt Best w,
MneBlbboB; largr carton.
Far the bath large bottla
YsWsta bread; large box.
Best Tea 50
1 UllftCllU Can
uifiilmlif uollitur f.r 19p ( lit In
"h,""'V SB SJ
The Man Who Needs
A New Pair of Oxfords
Had better get aboard this economy trip in which nine good
styles of our Men's $5 Oxfords join.
There are smart pointed-toe and conservative straight-last
models. In tan Russia calf, gun-metal calf, tan and black
vici kid and patent leather.
While the size-ranges are pretty well broken up, there is a
pood range of styles and leathers in practically every size and
width. And the new price is
$3.95 a Pair, Formerly $6 second Floor
Large And Final Reductions on
The hurrying season finds us with several hundred attractive Dresses in our stock, which we
wish to close out while there are still weeks of wearing time ahead. Hence these remarkably
lowered prices. Sizes, as you naturally expect, are broken, but each group holds good picking.
04.60 to 06.76 Dresses at 03.96
Ginghams, linens, tissues, ehambrays and white lingerie
about ten pretty styles.
$8.76 to $10.76 Lingerie Dresses at $6.76
Six dainty models trimmed with embroidery, Cluny or
Valenciennes lace. Sitee 84 to 44.
S12.60 to S17.60 Silk Dresses at $8.60
Fine for early Fall wear; In plain or changeable mossa
llne and taffeta, foulard and striped messaline. 6 models.
$8.76 to $10.76 Linen Coat Suits, $6.76&$6.76
Four styles; trimmed with white, black or striped
linen. Mostly in tan, a few white; one with the new
32-inch coat. Sizes 34 to 44.
Only 20 Long Taffeta Coato at $5 Each
The small remainder of our stock of these vary smart Coats. Former prices were $10 and more. In various
changeable shades; long shawl collars fastened with ornament, and deep cuffs. Sizes 32, 34, 36 snd 38 only.
A Sale of HOSIERY and UNDERWEAR
Best Creamery Butter " 27c
Strictly Fresh Eggs 12 25c
Quaker Corn Flakes, -Eg 5C
Sardines, Nrixrt;di,,Sm.r on. 3 25c
?l.-, Pride of SSl "9ffC .? !)OC W A C
Red Onions ... 10c
A Beautiful New Suite
For the Dining-Room
In the August Sale
Last February we delighted many home furnishers with
fering of a Dining-Room Suite In a pure Colonial
AjddirCCla Sifted. an. 1 &
Yellow Onions K5C
sT no u XLCR
Hlus Mibbuu ilrainti alioi-d
tbia r. in beat npj
SHtsllfrah wckcd) I mm
(,'hoh-est California lnion
Clings, in richest syrups; 1 mJ
larjre iflo. oan
All kiiul. of crisr
tisersi nut up III 4 -a.
our unusual offe:
For this August event we succeeded in securing a Dining
Room Suite of equally beautiful design, but In a smaller size,
which makes it a ailable for a greater proportion of New York
niiartmcnta and suburban homes. The illustration shows the
high character of the Suite, which may be had in solid mahogany
or golden oak at these prices for the various pieces:
MAirooAjrr oouxcb o ak
in in. long, hovel plate mirror, silver drawer, two cupboards.
N A CbUSKT . . . 150 MO
42 In. long, two doors, half mirror back, three wood shelves.
V ' I ' I V . ' I i 1- A til V HE mmn !'
4H-ln. rou:i(l top. flush rim. pedastal center, scroll feet
fsr.u imi l Ani.i-; , . Kju
84 In. lotiir. lurte drswer and shelf
BinS CHAIHS 87.50 88 17.60
' '- hack, laroll seat, covered with bast leather.
ARM CHAIRS . . $12 88 $19
l o mati-n tne lde ( hairs.
Women's Black Boot Silk Stockings, usually 60c,
at 86o, or three pairs for $1.
Woman's Boot Silk Stockings, black and white,
usually 86c, at 26c.
Woman's Black Lisle Stockings, high spliced heels
and toes, usually 26c, at 18c, or three pairs for 60c.
Children's Fancy Books, a clean-up of 18c and 25c
linos, at 10c.
Man's Bilk Hail boss, aiso Mercensea Blockings,
black, tan and colors, 26c and 35c grades, at 18c, three
pairs for 80c.
Men's Stockings, a miscellaneous collection, usually
16c and 18r, at 10c.
Woman's Cotton Ribbed Union Suits, low neck,
sleeveless, usually 45c, at 36c.
Woman's Ribbed Vests, usually 18c, at 12'tc.
Woman's Lisle Bibbed Union Suits, usually Ste,
at 36o, three for $1. Bubway Store, Balcony
$10 Brass Bedsteads, August Sale, at $5.50
Which is the lowest price yet for these attractive Brass Bedsteads; Colonial design, with
2-inch posts, and the best construction. May be had in all sizes, in bright satin or Roman gold
finish. Usually $10, August sale price, $6.60. Subway Store, Lower Floor
2,500 Pairs More of Men's and Women's
"REGAL" Low Shoes Are Here
Men '8, $1.75 Pair Women's, $1 Pair
We have been anxiously expecting the arrival of these Regal Shoes as part of our recent
extraordinary purchase. But they came from the far West and Southwest, were lost in transit,
and just got here. Hence they go in at the final round-up prices, although the styles are good,
and size-ranges are generous. They are surplus lots, discontinued styles and rejects.
The Woman's Shoes include patent leather, gun-metal, vici kid and tan calfskin, in Oxford and straight pump
models. All with welted soles, at 81 pair.
The Man's Shoes are in Oxford. In patent leather, gun-metal, calf and a few tan, at $1.78 pair.
Added to the remainder of previous lots of REGAL Shoes, the present group affords ex
cellent choosing. Subway Store, Balcony
"Fruit of the Loom." Sheeting
Width Usually Now
lyds. 20c 18cyd.
0ns yard will make a pillow cat.
ljyds. 28c 18c yd.
2Uyds. 86o 22c yd.
2Uyds. ' 40c 28oyd.
2)4 yards will mak afidl-riu thtet.
Women's 26c and 60c
Washable Belts, 16c
Just 720 White Washable Belts,
with pretty pearl buckles, plain stitch
ed or embroidered styles; all sixes; 16o.
Subway Store, Balcony
75c Mohair Sicilian
And Serge at 60c Yard
60-in. navy blue and gray Mohair
Sicilian, and 40-ln. navy blue Storm
Serge, just the right weight for Sum
mer greases, skirts and bathing Bults,
usually 76c, at 60o yard.
Subway Store, Lower Floor
At Half Price
Imnorted Leather Flasks. In half
pints to quarts, leather covered, with i
nickeled top and cap.
At 26jc, 60c, 66c to $1.50
Regularly 60c to $3
Also imported Drinking Glasses with
Invaluable lor travelling now
Clearance . of Axminster Rugs
A Quarter to a Third Under-Price
A good variety of Oriental and other designs, some slightly im
perfect, lhe, mill surplus from a leading manufacturer.
9xlZ ft., SZ0 grade, 114.60.
8Mxl0H ft., $18.50 grade, 813-80.
6x9 ft.. $12.60 grade. 88.76.
A clearance of Straw Mattings, usually 20c to 40c yard, lengths
of 4fl v. or less. lOfl vrl fu rn lie IKe vH sut
n 0 , ., " -,
4 14x6 H ft.. $7 grade. 84.78.
27x64 in., $2 grade, $1.80.
18x36 in., $1.26 grade, 760.
Sale of Ribbon "Loom Ends"
4225 yards of All-silk Ribbons in lengths of less than ten yards.
Clear, bright colors for sashes, hair bows, fancy work, etc. Satin
taffeta, plain taffeta and grosgrain ribbon ; widths to 6 V$ Inches.
2c to 20c Yard, Usually 6c to 60c fcg
No One Can Have Too Many Handkerchiefs
Especially at These Exceptionally Low Prices
Not an odd lot nor a han lful, but great booths full of bright
new HandkercrnefB just secured from sovcral of our best makers.
women s Handkercniefa, am
adavs. 60 each, usually 10c and 16c.
Um... 0.nil1..M.1tl. ,. V.i... ....
wh o n.iin..i waaaawsi 'in- -.1
with colored borders, samples, usually
80 to 16o, at 60 each.
Man's Initial Handkerchiefs,
fancy letters, usually 6 for 86c, at
8 for 260.
Men's and Woman's White
Handkerchiefs, hemstitched, usually
'k' III 80.
women's Shamrock Hand
kerchiefs, Initialed, slightly imper
fect, usiiaiiy 10c and 12' fje, at 6c.
Women's Initial Handkerchiefs,
rrosabarrcd or plain white, usually
C for 86c, at 8 for 28c.
broi Itred, with narrow lace edges,
usually 12 tic to 15c. at 9c.
Women's Handkerchiefs, with
han'l-mbroidercd initials, white or
colored borders, usually 6c, at 4c.
Women's Linen Handkerchiefs.
with Colored corded border, usually
108, Kt 60.
ummren's Hanaaercmeis, em
broidered, in a box, usually 10c, at
6c; (. m a box, usually !IUe, at 15c
Children's Handkerchiefs, with
colored bordors, u wiuly be, at 80.
Subwsy Store, Balcony
The Illustration rrlves the nrioes for eolden oak.
alon Tuhle In mahogany has pedaatal center on platform base.
f'l.M Ann Chnlrs nt $2.28
or rariy ungiiah Blip-seat inning unairs,
upholstered Beat covered In the best quality
Royal Lunch Graham Wafers A
aPrsTkiAsri Ascnrfpri $TVsTi-rs it. JL"
1 KffiP W00DR0W WILSON FREE
. . at... . a mm Ba. S SSSSSM . sj aw m. axsaa. a
BSDUAWWA.X INC. W YUKI THIRTT-I HIRD ST. f
fl.TB Ann Chairs at 4.60 Seventh Floor L 1
For the Coupon in Next
Double Stamps FREE Every Wednesday
frtf Stamps FREE with All Purchasei